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As you know, none of these doctors are people who are big operators
or think in large terms or want to get results quickly, and I've still
got to try to do about this. As a matter of act, I ought to be
writing a memo to Lord Cromer, the British ambassador, today.
So that's still in the air.
One other thing which isn't related at all. You gave me a copy
of a letter relative to a play on the life of Rose Kennedy. What's
She's finishing a book that ought to be out in May. Yes.
I see. Going back to the Lasker Awards, you said you were going to
try out this technique you employed in November. Do you consider
it a success?
I did consider it a success and I was glad youthought it
was good, and I'm hoping possibly to do one more year of clinical awards,
possibly to combine awards for surgery, medical devices and drugs.
I may give six awards in those three categories, because there are
outstanding developments that ought to be recognized so people would get
the benefit of them. The trouble is, people don't know what's happened
and don't get the benefit of what's going on, don't you agree?
People in the cancer field say that the whole attitude toward
chemotherapy of cancer has changed even with the people that were
working in chemotherapy themselves, that once we summarized the whole thing
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